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Anne Frank’s craft, Louis Brandeis’s Zionism, and books galore

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In Vox Tablet, our weekly podcast, Tablet Magazine’s Sara Ivry talks to author Francine Prose about Anne Frank’s estimable writing skills. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall speaks out for great children’s books that have been banned over the years. Book critic Adam Kirsch reflects on the uniquely American Zionism of Louis Brandeis. Book columnist Josh Lambert reads up on the “interpretive chutzpah” of Bible stories, gay Torah commentary, Saved by the Bell, and more. And stay tuned as always to The Scroll, where we bring you updates throughout the day.

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